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Fever Lake (1997)

Unrated | | Horror | Video 14 October 1997
A group of teenagers drives to "Fever Lake" to spend the weekend in a cursed house near the lake despite warnings from the locals.

Director:

Ralph E. Portillo (as Ralph Portillo)

Writers:

Jalee Bailey (story), Michael Edwards
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bo Hopkins ... Sheriff Harris
Corey Haim ... Albert
Mario Lopez ... Steve (as Mario López)
Lauren Parker Lauren Parker ... Sarah
Randy Josselyn ... Bobby
Mary-Rachel Foot Mary-Rachel Foot ... Danielle
Mathea Webb ... Christy
Michael Wise ... Clear Springs
Edward Cullen-Grochowiak Edward Cullen-Grochowiak ... Small Boy
Kevin Casey Kevin Casey ... Attacker
Paul Michael Sandberg Paul Michael Sandberg ... Deputy
Cynthia Baker Cynthia Baker ... Marge
Lindsey Brooke Lindsey Brooke ... Lila
Stan Adams ... Bud Martin
Mark Ginther ... Harry Kemp
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A group of teenagers drives to "Fever Lake" to spend the weekend in a cursed house near the lake despite warnings from the locals.

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Horror

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Featured on Riff Trax the minds behind Mystery Science Theater 3000. See more »

Alternate Versions

Available in an edited version known as DEMON KID. See more »

Connections

Featured in Bloody Murder (2000) See more »

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Not bad
28 June 2001 | by SublimeGuySee all my reviews

When Fever Lake came out on video, my family and I rented it, because it was filmed in my home town. The town my father grew up in, and family still lives there. Twin Lakes, Wisconsin is such a small place it's not even a town, it is a village. So we all thought it would be cool, and we recognized a lot of places. "Fever Lake" is actually called "Lake Mary". You might think the movie would be good with Corey Haim and Mario Lopez who played "Slater" on "Saved By The Bell". This movie wasn't bad but it lacked something , and it wasn't the actors. Anyone who has seen the actors portraying other roles know that they can act. All in all, it was cool to see my home town in a movie(I still live 20 minutes away from it). One of the good parts(which it has a few) was the twist ending, sort of like "The Twilight Zone". If you feel like you've seen everything there is rent this movie, when you're in the mood for different cheesy horror movie. I'm not calling it a good or bad flick, because that is for everybody to decide with their own opinions. That's all I gotta say 'bout that. Peace. I'm out.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 October 1997 (USA) See more »

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